TinnitusHouse works with leading universities and scientists to find a solution for tinnitus through a unique combination of data science, artificial intelligence, engineering and clinical research in medical laboratories.
However, there are known circumstances under which tinnitus often develops.
TinnitusHouse tries to answer this question by comparing the data of large numbers of patients.
It is a condition of the brain, such as sleepiness or dizziness, for which no solution has yet been found that works for everyone.
In addition to clinical research, TinnitusHouse uses data science: recognizing patterns in large amounts of patient data.
Tinnitus is the experiencing of irritating sounds that do not enter through the ear. Almost everyone knows the temporary, annoying ringing in the ear after a rock concert or other noisy event. But for some, the sounds never stop, even after many years. They are sometimes so disturbing to them that normal daily life is no longer possible. . . . . read more >>.
Tinnitus House is established as part of the Foundation Brain Innovations and has set itself the goal of collecting data from as many patients as possible in order to gain insight into the factors that cause tinnitus to occur and the factors that can cause tinnitus to decrease or disappear completely. We would like to invite you to join our fully anonymised Tinnitus Panel to answer questionnaires on a regular basis. . . .. read more >>
Research & Development
Tinnitus is caused by the auditory organ or nerves transmitting signals that get the meaning “sound” in the brain, without there actually being any sounds. One of the main causes is hearing loss. Hearing loss can be a result of the normal aging process, but also of noise damage or of another cause such as infection, heredity, after surgery, etc.
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Although there is no clear-cut solution to the Tinnitus problem, it has been found that it can be helpful to exchange experiences with fellow sufferers. In some cases it can help to break through the negative thoughts about tinnitus, to give the perspective that one can also live with tinnitus and to change the (emotional) response to it. .
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Door mee te doen met ons onderzoek werkt u mee aan het vinden van een oplossing voor tinnitus. Maar er is meer: u krijgt tevens, en binnen enkele dagen na het invullen van de vragenlijst, een email met gegevens over wat andere patiënten heeft geholpen bij hun tinnitus. Hoe dat “recommender systeem” werkt kunt u lezen op de Engelse versie van Wikipedia (klik hier >>)